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Radio's Laura Ingraham off the air

By Associated Press


NEW YORK >> Radio talk show host Laura Ingraham is off the air — at least temporarily.

She said Tuesday that she's leaving her distributor, Talk Radio Network, after more than nine years because her contract is up. Ingraham said she is in discussions with other distributors about her show, which currently airs on 325 stations nationally.

Talkers magazine says the conservative Ingraham is the most-listened to woman on radio, with an estimated 5.75 million listeners a week. Talkers said that ranks her among the top eight radio hosts overall.

In the meantime, she said she'll keep her opinions flowing on her website, on Twitter and during Fox News Channel appearances.

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allie wrote:
Shge spreads poison that makes it harder for Congress to work together. She is in the entertainment biz.
on November 27,2012 | 11:19AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
You are right. And so are all others on TV and radio. Yes that includes MSNBC. So take the information from all sources with a grain of salt and research it. Become informed. Don't discount everything the right or left has to say.
on November 27,2012 | 02:48PM
onevoice82 wrote:
There are many difficulties with terrestial radio. You have to bow down to the producers, the marketing accounts and are a slave to ratings. It is too much power in other peoples hands controlling your content and what you say. I do not blame Laura for leaving. She should go on to sirius/xm like Dr. Laura Schleshinger did, there is where you can speak more "freely"!
on November 28,2012 | 04:39AM
Matsu wrote:
Allie, you continue to be clueless. She talks of personal freedom and responsibility. In what world is that poison?
on November 27,2012 | 11:49AM
allie wrote:
That is nto all she is speaking about. Granted, she is a more intelligent, better informed version of Rush. But in the end she is worthless in her constant irresponsible attacks and entertainment politics..
on November 27,2012 | 01:35PM
fairgame947 wrote:
Your opinion only. Obviously, over 5 million people don't agree with you.
on November 27,2012 | 02:14PM
busterb wrote:
Actually that might be only 1 million as that is a weekly estimate. So if the same folks tune in daily...
on November 27,2012 | 03:01PM
hawaiikone wrote:
Maybe you should listen to her, rather than spout msnbc bull. Of course, you may already have, in which case exactly what do you disagree with?
on November 27,2012 | 02:44PM
RichardCory wrote:
And nothing of value was lost.
on November 27,2012 | 11:57AM
Recce wrote:
And Richard Cory, one calm summer night, went home and ...
on November 28,2012 | 01:47AM
RichardCory wrote:
Ah, a person of literacy for a change. Bravo. Bravo.
on November 28,2012 | 07:23AM
ufried wrote:
funny how 5.75 million people don't see it that way...
on November 27,2012 | 01:11PM
busterb wrote:
Here's 5.7 who don't see it anyone's way... same folk? Bipolar disorder affects approximately 5.7 million American adults, or about 2.6 percent of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/the-numbers-count-mental-disorders-in-america/index.shtml
on November 27,2012 | 03:04PM
AniMatsuri wrote:
Interesting. 1st Savage bails on Talk Radio Network and now Laura Ingraham.
on November 27,2012 | 02:43PM
Beaglebagels wrote:
Gee, now I only have 15 right wing am radio talk shows to choose from.
on November 27,2012 | 03:29PM
Loki wrote:
Cool, she is horrid! And I'm a Conservative.
on November 27,2012 | 06:19PM
I always felt distressed and anxious whenever she spoke out loud. Could not figure out why. After a few minutes - 4-5 max - I had to change the station because it was so uncomfortable. Did anyone else feel that way? I would really like to know.
on November 27,2012 | 08:36PM
hawaiikone wrote:
Could it be the last, desperate cries of your conscience?
on November 28,2012 | 07:59AM
koolau wrote:
For some of those leaving comments, they may be confusing Ann Coulter for Laura Ingram. Somewhere between Fox News and MSNBC, there's hope for the plain truth. I consider myself an Independent and try to be an objective as anyone can be, but some of the commentators on MSNBC border very closely to the ridiculous and fictiional writing than any of the other "major" news stations. I don't even bother watching MSNBC anymore, not as long as there are others available.
on November 28,2012 | 03:50AM
hawaiikone wrote:
Precisely. Rachael Maddow is a prime example of the silliness on msnbc.
on November 28,2012 | 05:53AM
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